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Europe / Global Monitoring for Environment and Security will create 83 000 jobs says European Commission Vice-President Antonio Tajani

GMES, Global Monitoring for Environment and Security, the European Commission’s earth observation programme will create 83 000 jobs in Europe by 2030. This is the result of a study presented by European Commission Vice-President Antonio Tajani today during the London conference “European Space Solutions”, an initiative of the European Commission, hosted by the UK Space Agency. GMES’s primary objective is to provide information services giving access to accurate data in several environmental and security fields and tailored to users’ needs.

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via EUROPA – PRESS RELEASES – Press Release – GMES: good for environment, good for jobs!.


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